Karim Anaya-Izquierdo BSc PhD

Lecturer in Medical Statistics

About Karim Anaya-Izquierdo

I moved to the University of Bath! 

Karim Anaya-Izquierdo's Background

Here is my new homepage  at the University of Bath.

I was research fellow at the Department of Statistics in the Open University in Milton Keynes before coming to the LSHTM in July 2011. I have a PhD in Mathematics and Statistics from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) and a BSc in Actuarial Sciences from ITAM, Mexico.

Karim Anaya-Izquierdo's Affiliation

Karim Anaya-Izquierdo's Teaching

I am co-organiser of the distance learning module EPM202 (Statistical Methods in Epidemiology). I am also involved in the in-house version of this and in the Survival Analysis course. 

Karim Anaya-Izquierdo's Research

I have a theoretical background in Statistics with emphasis on the use of abstract geometric ideas to develop new statistical models and methods. Gradually I have moved onto the applications and I have done research on a wide range of areas. Before joining the LSHTM I was interested in developing new frailty models for survival analysis and on some extensions of the case-series methodology used in Pharmacoepidemiology. I work mainly with Neal Alexander and we are currently doing research on Spatial Analysis of Cluster Randomised Trials and on some aspects of multivariate count data for use in parasitology.

I am a member of the Tropical Epidemiology Group.

I am associate editor for Statistical Methods and Applications  the official journal of the Italian Statistical Society

For more information about my research, see my Google scholar and academia.edu profiles.

Research areas

  • Statistical methods

Disciplines

  • Epidemiology
  • Mathematics
  • Parasitology
  • Statistics

Disease and Health Conditions

  • Infectious disease

Other interests

  • Cluster Randomised Trials
  • R statistical language
  • Spatial Statistics
  • Statistical methodology
  • Statistical modelling
  • Survival Analysis
  • Tropical Epidemiology Group
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